A Child’s Lesson


When I was small,
I crept I crawl,
I had my way,
They had no say,
For I was just a little babe,
And did not know how to behave.

But now I've grown an inch or two,
They teach me all the things that's new,
Like how to say Hello, Goodbye,
And Please and Thank you,
Because that's right.

I've grown into a lovely child,
who shows such pleasure in her mother's eyes,
And all the neighbors and their friends,
Would thank God for the child he send.

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